Edward G. Robinson

6 From the ’60s: Favorte Films from the 1960s

Send Me No Flowers

My sister and I were first introduced to classic movies through the films of the 1960s since this was the decade that our father loved the most growing up in. He started us off on children’s classics from this time…

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There’s Plenty of New Releases Worth Seeing, Including “The Invisible Man”

The Invisible Man

It’s fitting that the summer is unofficially underway, as the new releases are heating up. Cult flicks, recent theatrical efforts, and classics from the golden age of Hollywood are all showcased this week. Take a look at what releases you’ll…

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The Movies Unlimited Exclusive “Action of the Tiger” and More New Releases!

Wow. In the ten years since Movies Unlimited began, there has never been a week as crammed with exciting new releases as this one. Starting with the title Action of the Tiger that is available exclusively from Movies Unlimited on…

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Check Out the Suspense and Intrigue of Our Fall Film Noir Sale

It doesn’t have to be a dark and stormy night to enjoy a film noir classic (but it sure helps). Maybe its how the air is getting chilly and the days are getting shorter, but there’s something about watching suspense…

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“Detective Pikachu,” Edward G. Robinson Favorites, and Other Fantastic New Releases!

The past and the future collide this week, as the new Blu-rays and DVDs now available are a great mix of recent hits and classics from the golden years of Hollywood. To quote the motto of Pokémon, you gotta catch…

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Create-A-Caption: Key Largo

In the 1948 favorite Key Largo, A World War II vet (Humphrey Bogart) ventures to the Florida Keys so he could pay his respects to a lost comrade’s widow (Lauren Bacall) and hotelier father (Lionel Barrymore). Unfortunately, his hosts’ latest…

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